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What is a Learning Technologist and how a train to Huddersfield helped me find the answer

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In my last post I said I’d be exploring more on the topic of what is a Learning Technologist (LT). There has been a lot of excellent work on this of course, detailing the varied and complex roles, tasks, job

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Posted in AI, digital skills, Learning Technologies

AI in Teaching and Assessment: October 2023 update

Welcome to the first of, what we anticipate will become, regular (monthly-ish) updates on new developments in AI and Higher Education.   As this is the first such blog post, and one which comes at the end of a summer which

Posted in AI, Learning Technologies

Writing Across the Curriculum in US and UK Higher Education

When I started my English PhD in the US, it was expected that I would teach the introductory composition courses that are required for all first-year students. I was surprised to find that I did not really know how to

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Posted in AI, Inclusive teaching, Learning Design, Uncategorized

Generative AI in education: an introduction

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has made huge strides recently, with the rise of AI Chatbots such as ChatGPT, Google Bard, and Microsoft Bing becoming commonplace. Prominent tech figures, such as Bill Gates, have claimed that this is the start of a

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